Gillian Galford Fellow
PhD, Geological Sciences, Brown University
BA, EPS & Env. Studies, Washington University
Gillian Galford is an earth systems scientist interested in deforestation and land-use change and its impacts on climate, carbon, and nitrogen. In Vermont, Dr. Galford has led the Vermont Climate Assessment to evaluate impacts of climate change in the state. Her expertise is in spatial analysis, applying tools of remote sensing and ecosystems modeling. She has worked on carbon and nitrogen dynamics in a range of settings, from the large-scale soybean farms of Mato Grosso, Brazil, to small-holder agricultural systems of Malawi and East Africa. In addition to these research projects, Gillian teaches courses at the Gund Institute. Previously, she was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Earth Institute of Columbia University and The Woods Hole Research Center.
AT UVM: Gillian Galford is a Research Assistant Professor in the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources.
Gillian works with projects involving land-cover and land-use change in the tropics and its impacts on ecosystems services
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